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published a speech by mitt romney. mitt romney attacked 47 percent of americans who pay no income tax including veterans elderly and disabled. my job is to not worry about those people. meanwhile the romney campaign quickly pounced on comments by president obama in an interview that aired on cbs sunday. 60 minutes as if he felt pressure from israel's prime minister. when it comes to our national security decisions any pressure that i feel is simply to do with what's right for the people. i will block out any noise. i feel an obligation to make sure that we are in close consultation with the israelis because it affects them deeply. the romney campaign responded " president obama called israel's legitimate concerns about our kron on with nuclear weapons noise this is just the latest evidence of justice chronic this regard for securing our closest ally in the middle east. on interest bin to reporting >> meanwhile mitt romney is also restored responding to a new ad put out that a tax. i think the president's campaign has focused its advertising in many cases on very in accurate portrayals
above 8 percent for 43 months. >> mitt romney was speaking at a global initiative conference this morning. we heard his take on foreign- policy while he and the president will hold their first presidential debate coming up on october 3rd. the sleds from the newsroom. >> thanks a lot james here is a new survey that consumers are facing more fees when it comes to banking and checking. according tolu annual look at banking fees by bank rate out,, americans are paying more to manage our own money. charges for the bank's 9 customers as of 4% from last year and they are charging 1.4% more than last year. all of this while the percentage of free checking accounts have gone down to 39 percent went off the peak of 76% in 2009. the good news is most fees can be avoided with discipline and choosing which atm to go to. and maintaining a minimum monthly balance in your checking account. >> there's still plenty of smaller community banks credit unions and on my banks that continue to offer those stand-alone free checking accounts. >> keep in mind if you do switched to the smaller banks the
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